Vaccination bus returns to the Allianz Arena

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FC Bayern, working in cooperation with the City of Munich, is taking part in the vaccination week organised by the federal government (#HierWirdGeimpft) and, for the fourth time, spectators at the Allianz Arena for Saturday's home game against VfL Bochum (kick-off 15:30 CEST) have the opportunity to get vaccinated against Covid-19 on the spot. The vaccination bus will be on the esplanade on the way from the underground station to the Arena, where the Paulaner beer garden is normally sited. Anyone from the age of 16 can get vaccinated.

Second vaccinations also possible

Appointments are not required. To speed up the process on site, preregistration is desirable on BayIMCO (HERE) but is not a compulsory requirement. In principle, the vaccine is a free choice. Second vaccinations are also possible provided the minimum period after the first vaccination is been completed. With Pfizer BioNTech this is three weeks, with Moderna and AstraZeneca mixed vaccinations (first vaccination AstraZeneca and second vaccination Pfizer BioNTech) it is four weeks for each. People not resident in Munich can also be vaccinated.

To get the vaccination you require a valid identity document (identity card or passport) and, if available, the yellow vaccination passport. It is important to note that this vaccination is not relevant for proof of 3G status (tested, vaccinated, recovered) required for entry to the stadium as protection only takes full effect 15 days after the vaccination.

Here are the facts and stats on the home game against Bochum:


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